Results for: Enzyme

In Biology

What do enzymes do?

The enzynamtic pathway is made of Enzymes are biological catalysts which break down large molecules into smaller ones, so that they can be absorbed into the blood stream and t (MORE)

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In Biology

What is an enzyme?

Enzymes Enzymes are biological catalysts, mainly proteins, generated by an organism to speed up chemical reactions. They have an active site on which the substrate is attach (MORE)
In Biology

What is an enzyme and what does it do?

Enzymes are biological catalysts that alter the rate of reactions occurring in the cells. Enzymes are protein in nature. This means that high temperature or extreme pH can den (MORE)
In Science

What does an enzyme do?

Enzymes are biological proteins that are used to catalyze chemicalreactions on organic molecules. The substrates (reactant molecules)bind to the enzyme, and the energy to comb (MORE)
In Biology

What the enzyme do?

Enzymes in saliva and in the other parts of the digestive system  speed the chemical breakdown of food